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Field tolerance of commercial and experimental sunflower hybrids to Sclerotinia head rot.

The NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center conducts Sclerotinia head rot management research on sunflowers in conjunction with researchers at other research centers in North Dakota and neighboring states.

Field evaluation of sunflower hybrids and breeding lines for resistance to Sclerotinia head rot; Carrington, Langdon and Oakes, ND (2013):  Various experimental hybrids and the commercial non-oil hybrid Genosys '12GCF05' performed well.  Summary of key results (PDF)

Field evaluation of sunflower hybrids and breeding lines for resistance to Sclerotinia head rot; Carrington, Langdon and Oakes, ND (2012):  The commercial oilseed hybrids Syngenta ‘3990 NS/CL/DM’, Syngenta ‘NX24122’, Seeds 2000 ‘Camaro’, Syngenta ‘NX24123’, Croplan ‘343 MDMR HO’, Seeds 2000 ‘Torino’, and Seeds 2000 ‘Cobalt’ performed well.  The commercial non-oil hybrid Genosys ‘12GCF05’ gave promising results.  User-friendly summary of key results (PDF)   |    technical report 

Field evaluation of sunflower hybrids and breeding lines for resistance to Sclerotinia head rot; Carrington, ND, Langdon, ND, Oakes, ND, and Crookston, MN (2011):  The commercial and experimental hybrids Seeds 2000 ‘X9856’, Pioneer ‘63N82’, Croplan ‘343 DMR HO’, Genosys ‘8064’, and Pioneer ‘63ME70’ performed well across multiple locations.  The hybrids Triumph ‘EXPSCL05’, Mycogen ‘E257321’, Syngenta ‘3990 NS/CL/DM’, Genosys ‘1068’, Sygenta ‘3995 NS/SU’, Mycogen ‘E378947’, and Croplan ‘EXP1141’, which were only screened at a single location, performed well in the Carrington screening nursery where they were evaluated.  User-friendly summary of key results (PDF)


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